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can anybody compare here HP Designjet T2500 36-in eMultifunction Printer and oce colorwave 300  -  ---features , cost and consumbels cost(catridge/print head)
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Dear techp,

What I can find  the printer spec is just  as follows
Did you read that before ? Is it useful ? if okay, I will look into it and do
some comparsion.

http://www.plot-it.co.uk/product/1819   //- oce colorwave 300
http://www.plot-it.co.uk/product/2335  // HP Designjet T2500  eMultifunction

http://www.buyerslab.com/Advisor/Product-Search?schemaid=1&page=54&pagesearchresults=68


Hope understand your question completely, if not , please point it out
Duncan
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